Tolley's Taxation in the Republic of Ireland 2000-2001

Tolley's Taxation in the Republic of Ireland 2000-2001

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This work provides a comprehensive review of all the important legislative provisions across the wide range of taxes imposed in the Republic of Ireland. The book covers income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax, capital acquisitions tax, advance corporation tax, residential property tax, and value-added tax. This guide includes: A summary of the Finance Act 2000 provisions; a chapter devoted to over 200 Irish tax case summaries; a table of Income Tax allowances and rate covering the last six years; coverage of double taxation in relation to the UK; and text supported by full statutory authorities and references to Statements of Practice where relevant.show more

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  • Paperback
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • tables, index
  • 0754507238
  • 9780754507239

Table of contents

Administration and general; allowances and rates for income tax; anti-avoidance legislation; appeals; assessment bases; assessments to income tax; capital acquisitions tax; capital allowances; capital gains tax; claims; companies; corporation tax; deduction of tax at source; double tax relief - capital transfer; double tax relief - income and capital gains; exempt income and special savings schemes; exempt organisations; farming; government and other public loans; interest payable; investment in corporate trades and research and development; losses; married persons; mines; payment of tax; residential property tax; residents and non-residents; returns; schedule C -paying agents; schedule D case I and II - profits of trades, professions etc.; schedule D case III -interest receivable and overseas income; schedule E emoluments; schedule F distributions; settlements; social welfare system; tax cases; value added tax; wealth tax; youth employment and income levies and health contributions; Finance Act 2000 summary of provisions; table of statutes.show more